Stephen Colbert and Rob Dubbin, founders of Scripto
Founders Stephen Colbert (L) and Rob Dubbin (R). Not a real server.

Making TV is hard. Scripto makes it easier.

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What Our Clients Say

"When we switched to Scripto at The Daily Show, it was like upgrading from kerosene lamps to electric light. And it just keeps getting better. Scripto allows us to write from anywhere, and the developers are instantly responsive if we ever have issues, questions, or wish lists."

- Jo Miller, Writer and Executive Producer Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The Daily Show

"We shot our stage shows last week and I cannot imagine how we could have done it without Scripto."

- Jim Margolis, Executive Producer Hood Adjacent with James Davis

"I have worked in the script department for various shows for almost ten years now, and that usually means dealing with a number of documents in different places. Tracking changes and formatting scripts were very time-consuming, with a high possibility of the incorrect version of a script being used. Scripto has found a way to fix that. It provides a platform where all of the writers on staff can work together - both in private and shared documents. In a word, Scripto is 'incredible.' In two words, Scripto is 'really incredible.'"

- Jeremy Hardwick Associate Director for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee and The Rundown with Robin Thede, Script Supervisor for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

With Scripto You Can...

Share any script with anyone, or everyone
Save changes automatically as you type
Organize your whole show in a collaborative rundown grid
Compare your current script to any prior version, and see what's changed
Write (or produce!) from anywhere
See timing estimates for every script, including video clips

Writers write...

...Producers see.

Plan Together

Every script is full of graphics, props, captions, cameos – organize them all in Scripto’s collaboration-friendly rundown. It's the best way to capture an entire show since taping one.

Know Exactly What Changed

With the Comparatron, you can set revision points for any script and compare them to each other to see what's been added and what's been cut. Save the surprises for your audience.